Holiday Homes & Baches in Australia

Holiday Homes & Baches in Australia

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Villa for 2 People in South Australia
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South Australia
Villa • 49 m² • 1 Bedroom
(53 reviews)
Fully self contained Villa 5A Jetty Rd built specially for romantic or chill out escapes for couples or singles with Villa 2 being dog friendly. Yes your furry friend is allowed inside to share an up market experience with you. Towels provided for your dog after going swimming at the beach. If booked go to Seagrass Villa 1 and we can accommodate you there. Both villas are of same quality. Fully equipped with books and magazines with electric stove, microwave, dishwasher, large stainless steel fridge, toaster, kettle, sandwich maker, blender and all cutlery. Jamie Oliver pans, Maxwell Willia...
from NZ$345 / night
Bed And Breakfast for 2 People in Queensland
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Bed And Breakfast • 30 m² • 1 Bedroom
(37 reviews)
Bienvenue is a charming french Bed&Breakfast located in a quiet cul de sac in front of the forest and 1 mn from the beautiful Gold Coast beaches.The large private room, is the only one downstairs with an independent entry, overlooking on a nice terrace and the salt swimming pool, where you can relax and enjoy your privacy .Take the quiet forest track that adjoins the house for a jog, ride or walk to the beautiful beaches of Tugun or Currumbin.If you are up early enough you will be joined our local wallabies, kookaburras, cockatoos, and galahs. We are a short distance driving from the fo...
from NZ$134 / night
Bed And Breakfast for 2 People in Adelaide Hills, South Australia
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Adelaide Hills, South Australia
Bed And Breakfast • 2 Guests • 1 Bedroom
(24 reviews)
An impossibly romantic getaway for couples. Enter a world of uncompromising authenticity, imagination, objet d'art, romance and escape. Unrivalled, exceptional and romantic, crafted to transcend centuries. An escape for 1 couple only. Perfect for special occasions, proposals, birthdays, anniversaries etc. The Castle Keep B&B Ground/ 1st floor from $969.00 per night for 2 people . Ever since Rapunzel let down her hair, and princesses were rescued from castles; towers and turrets have been a symbol of romance. Whilst we are unable to refund, should you need to cancel due to sickness, we a...
from NZ$768 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Australia

NZ$594for 22 Jun - 29 Jun
NZ$650 annual average
Average price per week

Current holiday letting availability Australia

43%for 22 Jun - 29 Jun
59% annual average
Percentage of available homes

Highlights in Australia

  • Unique landscapes
  • Natural wonders
  • Extraordinary experiences
  • Stunning beaches
  • Blue trees

Holiday homes and baches in Australia

Urban stays and countryside holiday homes

The vast territory of Australia might be a bit overwhelming when deciding where to stay but here are some tips to help you decide. There is nothing to worry about! For a holiday with great food, choose a holiday home in Adelaide, a city with a varied cultural scene and lovely beaches and an increasing reputation in its cuisine. While Brisbane skyline depicts the silhouette of shiny skyscrapers but it is placed in an ideal location close to nature so it will be ideal for rural escapes. Canberra is ideal for families travelling with children. Sydney and Melbourne are urban destinations with arty vibes, museums, festivals and great eateries. Perth enjoys a great climate and leafy green areas. Book a holiday home in Australia and experience the Aussie way of living during your stay!

An Aussie experience

Enjoy an urban experience in an Australian city staying in a nice and modern holiday home with all the amenities and the comfort of a home away from home. Small, medium and big properties for couples, solo travellers, families and groups of friends. For larger accommodation, in the outskirts of the cities or in the countryside you can enjoy big traditional accommodation with wooden floors, spacious rooms and nice lounging areas with open floor kitchens, garden and a swimming pool. Enjoy a traditional Aussie BBQ in the back garden, take a walk to the beach or just chill out in the jacuzzi.

Holidays in Australia

The area and getting around

What colourful destination will you choose?

Australia is a country of contrasts and colourful landscapes. From the turquoise waters of the Great Barrier Reef to the cotton candy-hued lakes and beaches of Balos Bay or Lake Hillier, the bright red centre and the multicoloured marine life of the rich seabed along the entire coastline outlined with cliffs. Let Jervis Bay captivate you with its bioluminescent phenomenon. You will not believe it until you see it. Plan your trip from coast to coast, to the outback, to natural parks and jaw-dropping islands.

Australia, diverse and unforgettable destinations

Explore the west side of the country and discover its wildlife or visit the north and enjoy the culture of Darwin and the crocodile jumping. Further down, go to where the outback meets the tropics in Katherine River and Nitmiluk National Park. Escape the crowds and immerse into Kangaroo Island lifestyle in southern Australia or spend a day or two in Whitsunday Island or in Hamilton Island. Fly from city to city, drive your own car or enjoy a campervan trip around the most iconic cities and towns of the country. Take a tour to those beaches only accessible by boat or enjoy whale watching and fishing tours. Experience Oz!

Travellers and activities

Australia for adventure lovers

Year after year, thousands of travellers decide to go to Australia looking for thrilling vibes and adventure! They are in the right place so far. Australia offers endless adventures and yet a pleasant, friendly and relaxed lifestyle. The adventure country par excellence around the world, where you can go from a camel excursion through the Simpson Desert to a 4x4 route through the rugged Flinders mountain range or continue the route to the Great Ocean Walk in Victoria. But it also has numerous options for winter sports lovers, sun seekers and those who are looking to combine adventure and relaxation on its wonderful islands. Diving, canoeing, surfing gigantic waves, and jaw-dropping beaches. This is what Australia can offer you.

Australia for outdoor lovers

Being in Australia means being out and about all day, like Aussies do. Enjoy its climate, practice some sport in the park during the morning, take a nice stroll along the beach in the afternoon, go hiking or ride your bike. Walk up the trails at Kakadu Park, swim in Edith Falls, explore the Blue Mountains and climb all the steps of the Giant Stairway. There is so much to do in this big playground called Australia. Have you thought about what is going to be your first experience yet?

Did you know that swimming at public beaches in Australia during the day was not legal for 64 years?

Top 5 travel tips in Australia

1. Underwater art, a unique experience

The Great Barrier reef is home to the most amazing Museum of Underwater Art (MOUA) that wants to inspire and highlight the need for conservation of the wonderful UNESCO-listed reef. The sculptures are within the Marine Park of the Barrier Reef that includes the Ocean Siren and the Coral Greenhouse. The statue of the siren changes according to the sea temperatures and the sculptures of the little guardians of the Greenhouse give you a unique view. Snorkelling or diving, you will enjoy this extraordinary art beneath the waves. One-of-a-kind experience!

2. Uluru, admire the red centre

Right in the heart of Australia, Ayers Rock is home to the huge sacred sandstone monolith, known as the resting place of ancient spirits. Watch the sun go down as it creates incredible shades of red or take a helicopter scenic flight and get mesmerised by the stunning beauty of the Indigenous Protected area and the Kata-Tjuta National Park. As a sacred Aboriginal place, you are not allowed to climb the rock since 2017 but you can walk the 6 miles loop around it.

3.Spot the most fascinating animals

Do you want a picture of Australia’s cutest animals? On Rottnest Island you can see and take a picture of a quokka, the most photogenic marsupials you will ever see. In Queensland and South Australia you are allowed to cuddle the little furry koalas and Kangaroo Island is home to a varied wildlife including our bouncy friends, wild koalas, wallabies and many bird species. Tickle the evasive Platypuses at Healesville Sanctuary in the Yarra Valley. Whether you choose a wildlife sanctuary or a natural setting, Australia is the best scenery for a unique wildlife experience.

4. Enjoy a performance at the Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is an icon of the city and Australia itself. The famous silhouette defines the skyline of Sydney, with the views of Circular Quay and the Sydney Harbour Bridge as an impressive backdrop. Take a tour of the building and admire the interiors, the structure and grab a drink to enjoy at the terrace. Check the event and concerts during your stay. Be ready for an incredible time at the Opera House.

5. The Blue Mountains National Park, where trees are not green but blue

New South Wales has dramatic scenery, impressive cliffs, beautiful waterfalls, lots of eucalyptus forests and many green areas and gardens. The west side is where the Blue Mountains will leave you speechless. Take in the views from the different lookout points and admire the blue colour of the mountains populated by eucalyptus trees. The Blue Mountains National Park has a lot of bushwalking trails for hiking lovers, the Giant Stairway with 998 stairs and the three rocks known as the Three Sisters that you will see perfectly from Echo Point, as you enter the park. Not far from there, you will see the segmented Katoomba Falls, following the Round Walk Trail.

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